Sunday, 26 July 2009
Monday, 20 July 2009
From 24 to 26 July you will be able to indulge in culture ranging from classical recitals to circus skills, and astronomy to photography.
The show takes place on Saturday 25 July, the film starts at 10pm and the evening also includes a 60s disco and psychedelic light show; 60s dress competition and guided tours of film locations in the park. The park gate in Maryon Road opens at 6pm.
Due to popular demand, tickets are now being issued for this event.
How can I get tickets?To guarantee your place, collect your free tickets in advance. Up to 4 tickets are available per person and can be obtained from the following locations:
Greenwich Picture House
80 Greenwich High Road, SE10 8NN
Tel: 0871 704 2059
Royal Arsenal, SE18 4DX
Tel: 020 8854 2452
Archery Road, SE9 1HA
Tel: 020 8921 3452.
Please noteThe film has is Certificate 15 and so tickets are only available to people aged 15 and over.
Saturday, 18 July 2009
This document, published to Issuu, shows the photographs taken during the Calligraphy vs. Txtn workshop run by Ms Totten and Ms Astill during Shineweek. The idea was to explore the ways that langauge use has changed over time.
Wednesday, 15 July 2009
Tuesday, 14 July 2009
Friday, 10 July 2009
Thursday, 9 July 2009
I've just received this flyer with an invitation for you to apply to be involved in the Create Programmer project. As part of the 5 host borough CREATE 09 Festival, A New Direction is looking to recruit 20 young people (aged 14-19) to participate in an after-school mentoring and event production programme during the Autumn 2009 term. In the first instance young people are asked to submit an idea for an event which will be used as criteria for selection. In September we will invite successful applicans to an interview.
Check out the details on the flyer about how you can get involved and pitch your idea.
Sunday, 5 July 2009
Presented for Sing London and the City of London Festival, 30 street pianos have been installed on streets, in public squares and parks, train stations, and markets. Like a creative blank canvas, the pianos are there for any member of the public to play and engage with. The pianos will be in place until July 13th, after which time they’ll be donated to local schools and community groups.
I think this is a really good idea and I can imagine a piano/pianos being placed around the school especially on the concourse would be interesting to see how many people can and will play the piano, and if any visitors, delivery people etc play them.
check out Play Me I'm Yours website to read and see more
1. What skills did you personally develop during the week?
2. What did you find challenging and how did you respond?
3. What could the school learn from the project?
4. What would you like to see happen as a direct consequence of this residency?
Friday, 3 July 2009
Wednesday, 1 July 2009